Miranda Lambert’s worried about how she’s going to top the success of “Revolution.” It’s no secret that her third album was the one that finally launched her into country stardom; earning her multiple CMA, ACM and CMT Awards as well as a Grammy for “The House That Built Me”.
Lambert, on her second headlining tour “The Revolution Continues,” was in the studio recently finishing up both her solo record, due out at the end of the year, and her Pistol Annies record. She tells The Daily News Online about her nerves with the Revolution follow-up.
“I’ll probably be panicked the night before my new record comes out because I love ‘Revolution’ still and I can’t even imagine starting on a new record,” Lambert said.
“But I know I’ve got to and I know that I don’t need to compare myself to myself. I’ve just got to keep doing what I do and moving forward. But, yes, I’m so freakin’ nervous.”
Miranda is up for three CMT Awards tonight, tied for second most behind Jason Aldean. “Heart Like Mine,” the final single from Revolution, went number one on her wedding day.